The Securitisation of Health group is for health workers interested in working on issues concerning the impacts of policing and counter-terrorism in healthcare through campaigning, lobbying and research. New members are welcome!
We’re holding a New Joiners meeting for anyone interested in learning about Medact’s Securitisation of Health Group and participating in our campaigns!
An online meeting to discuss the ways that health workers can take action on issues related to the Prevent duty in the NHS.
What do you know about the Prevent counter-extremism duty in the NHS? Join us for an ‘alternative’ online training on Prevent.
The Securitisation of Health Group will be meeting on 7th April to follow-up from our Alternative Training event.
Members of our Securitisation of Health Group have answered some FAQ about the Prevent Duty in healthcare.
Hospice community artist Marcelo Camus reacts to the appointment of William Shawcross to review the Prevent counter-extremism programme and recalls his own struggle to resist the damage done by this policy in the health sector
Medact member Dr. Thusiyan Nandakumar outlines Sri Lanka’s militarised response to the coronavirus pandemic, arguing that it is entrenching institutionalised discrimination in the country.